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10br 3-star Hotel
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Situated in Westport, this guesthouse is within a 15-minute walk of Mulranny Golf Club and Westport House. Clew Bay Archaeological Trailhead and Clew Bay Heritage Centre are also within 2 mi (3 km).
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Excellent
4 reviews
4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceLog cabin. The Sunday Times top ten places to stay in Ireland 2014. Sunday Times 2016 and Sunday Times Airbnb Home and design section 2016 We have glamping pods available for the outdoor enthusiasts. There are four bedrooms. Two doubles ensuite, one with bath. One double and one family room sleeps 5 shared bathroom. Pod sleeps 2. Guest AccessKitchen, bbq, garden, children's play area, veg and herb garden, porch, WiFi, parking on site, Interaction with GuestsWe are normally here to greet guests and show them around. Sometimes we may be hiking in the mountains and may not be here fir your arrival but we are always reachable by phone. The NeighborhoodThe mountains, river and the beautiful countryside will make your stay here unforgettable. Getting AroundYou will need a car or we provide a taxi service to and from Westport. Contact Michael. We offer guided walks, cycling, photography workshops, wine tasting, sea shore foraging, basket making demonstrations and bus tours. Other Things to NoteExcellent fly fishing available locally.
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56 reviews
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We are located at the Western Greenway, the beautiful new mostly traffic-free cycle and walking track which is following the old Westport / Achill railway line. We can arrange bicycles for you Abbey Court Town House is a modern Bed & Breakfast Purpose Built. Situated in a Quiet location, car parking 2 minutes stroll to town centre. Ideal base for touring the west coast. Abbey Court B&B, comfort, quality accommodation in Westport for visitors with a friendly welcome one could wish for when visiting Westport award winning tidy town 2001 & 2006 winners. We are situated in prime location, ideally placed for its many fine pubs & good cuisine restaurants, both musical entertainment nightly. Abbey Court Bed & Breakfast is Highly Recommended & well listed Bed & Breakfast has been approved by Irish Tourist -Board. Failte Ireland, Quality approved Association Ireland .Plus Members of many other Better Rated Good Value Bed & Breakfasts in Ireland listings. Guests will enjoy all rooms fully Equipped with orthopaedic beds with to-days luxuries to make your stay more homely, alongside an atmosphere of elegance our guests can choose between a full traditional Irish or Continental breakfast or the vegetarian option. cooked to order using only freshly prepared local produce bought daily. Westport championship golf course is only around the corner. Crough Patrick (holy mountain), Achill Island, sandy beaches, bog lands rivers & lakes & many activities amenities nearby. Abbeycourt B&B is an ideal place to stay Value for money accommodation we promise to make your stay a pleasant one and look forward to meeting you at "your home away from home".
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Bed & Breakfast
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town centre location, walking distance to all amenities, including the well known matt molloys bar(chieftans fame). rooms with en-suite, tv, tea/coffee facilities.free off st parking,free wifi,. great location for touring, west of ireland,including achill island and connemara.good welcome assured.
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6br 4-star Hotel
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Situated in the suburbs, this bed & breakfast is close to Westport House, Clew Bay Archaeological Trailhead, and Westport Golf Club. Area attractions also include Brackloon Wood and Murrisk Abbey.
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5br 4-star Hotel
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Situated in Westport, this bed & breakfast is close to Westport House, Clew Bay Archaeological Trailhead, and Westport Golf Club. Area attractions also include Brackloon Wood and Murrisk Abbey.
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3-star Hotel
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Situated on the bay, Broadlands Bed & Breakfast is a great choice for a stay in Westport. Guests will have free perks like breakfast, WiFi, and self parking.
Hotel
Excellent
37 reviews
6br 3-star Hotel
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Situated in Westport, this guesthouse is within a 15-minute walk of Clew Bay Archaeological Trailhead and Clew Bay Heritage Centre. Mulranny Golf Club and Westport House are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Hotel
Excellent
47 reviews
10br 3-star Hotel
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Situated in Westport, this bed & breakfast is within a 15-minute walk of Clew Bay Archaeological Trailhead and Clew Bay Heritage Centre. Mulranny Golf Club and Westport House are also within 3 mi (5 km).
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4br Bedroom
Rockville Guest House provides B&B accommodation 2.5 km from the heritage town of Westport in County Mayo on the West coast of Ireland with Panoramic Views including Croagh Patrick & Clew Bay. Westport is a 17th century planned town that has won Irelands tidiest town award a number of times. It is about 1 hours drive from Connemara, Achill Island and Knock Shrine. Outdoor activities in the region include: walking, fishing, cycling, horse riding, golf, blue flag beaches, leisure centre and museums. All bedrooms in Rockville B&B are en-suite with electric blankets and hair dryers. We offer tea/ coffee with home baking on arrival. Tea/coffee are available in the conservatory at all times. There is a TV in the lounge. Free Wi-Fi and wireless internet available.
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4br Other
Rockville Guest House provides B&B accommodation 2.5 km from the heritage town of Westport in County Mayo on the West coast of Ireland with Panoramic Views including Croagh Patrick & Clew Bay. Westport is a 17th century planned town that has won Irelands tidiest town award a number of times. It is about 1 hours drive from Connemara, Achill Island and Knock Shrine. Outdoor activities in the region include: walking, fishing, cycling, horse riding, golf, blue flag beaches, leisure centre and museums. All bedrooms in Rockville B&B are en-suite with electric blankets and hair dryers. We offer tea/ coffee with home baking on arrival. Tea/coffee are available in the conservatory at all times. There is a TV in the lounge. Free Wi-Fi and wireless internet available.
Hotel
Poor
258 reviews
122br 3-star Hotel
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Located in the heart of Westport, this spa hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Clew Bay Archaeological Trailhead and Clew Bay Heritage Centre. Mulranny Golf Club and Westport House are also within 1 mi (2 km).
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11br Hotel
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Situated in the city center, this bed & breakfast is close to Westport House, Clew Bay Archaeological Trailhead, and Westport Golf Club. Area attractions also include Brackloon Wood and Murrisk Abbey.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
17 reviews
3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceTower view is a large property with a king size, double size and twin sized rooms. It also has a large kitchen/dining area and sitting room. The surrounding garden is spacious with a stream flowing at the front of the house and ample car parking space. Guest AccessAll mod cons and essentials including fresh linen, TV and WIFI. Interaction with GuestsI live close by so I am always available to help you with any issue you may have and to give you a warm welcome. The NeighborhoodAughagower is a picturesque and historic village. The house is only a few minute walk form the local pub, shop and church. Getting AroundA car would be advisable as there is no public transport in the village, however there are buses and train stations in Westport.
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The SpaceMy House is situated between the town and the quay area. It is a 15 minute walk to town,( you can stroll into town along the old railway line which is now a popular walking and cycling area.) Or you can cycle on the 2 bikes I provide. You can cycle on the 42klm greenway route or you can cycle to Croagh Patrick. It is a 5minute walk to the Quay area and Westport House. There are pubs and restaurants at the Quay. There is a big supermarket 3mins from my door. Westport is a unique and charming heritage town. It was voted best place to live in in Ireland by Irish Times readers in 2012. Ireland West Airport is 1hr away, Shannon Airport 2and half hrs, Dublin Airport 4hrs away. Westport has lots of outdoor activities to offer, eg. Gael Force, Sea2Summit . You can also avail of boat trips from the quay area. Other activities include hiking, fishing, horse riding,spas, surfing. There are also many stunning beeches to enjoy. No visit to Westport would be complete without a visit to Croagh Patrick (The Reek) which is a 10 mins drive away. The newly established great western greenway starts in Westport. The greenway is the longest off-road cycle and walking trail in Ireland. Built upon the old railway line between Achill Sound in the north and Westport to the southeast of clew bay, it extends for 43.5 km (27 miles) . It also won 1st prize at the European greenways development completion(URL HIDDEN)When you are tired out after all the activities you can relax either in my home, or you can visit some of the many restaurants in town or at the quay. If you are cooking dinner I will provide fresh organic vegetables from my garden when in season. After dinner you can use the front sitting room to relax by the fire and watch a film, or you can stroll into town to visit some of the many music pubs. Matt Molloy of the Chieftians has a great music pub. If there is anything you need during your stay I will be very happy to try and provide it, as I want all my guests to have a really good time in my home. Guest AccessThe guests have full access to the kitchen and living room at all times. The bathroom is shared and I also have a small bathroom downstairs. Interaction with GuestsI am around for guests who need any info about the area, or need any help during their stay. I also know how to give guest privacy especially if they want to cook a meal in the evenings. The NeighborhoodI love the fact that you can walk down to the quay area and see the boats, or go for a walk down to Westport house. We also have a nice flat walk into town along an old railway line which has been made in to a walking and cycling way. Getting AroundThere is a train station and buses come from all over Ireland. Free private parking at my house. Other Things to NoteI also have a single room to let, its titled cosy single room breakfast and bikes included.
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Excellent
168 reviews
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The SpaceThe hexagon shaped cabin has decking on both sides to enjoy morning sun as well as evening sun. On the morning sun side, where the door is, the decking leads to the little bathroom building. The cuckoo is around from the end of April until the end of May. The Owenwee river with salmon and trout runs on about 200 Meter distance. Westport town is on 5 Km distance. Clew bay 2 Km . Nearest beach 7 Km. There is a nice and safe place to park the car at the bottom of the path leading to the cabin. Guests are free to roam the one third of an acre around the hut. There are beautiful walks around without having to use the car. One of the few native woods left is only 1,5 Km away. From 1 April till 1 October I don't take bookings for less than 3 nights Just for help if needed The neighbourhood of this place is extremely friendly and there is a big sense of community here. Public transport, busses and trains, is available in Westport. There is a safe opportunity to cycle to town. Westport town has great entertainment possibilities. Lots of traditional music, also good blue grass and jazz. Many coffee shops and restaurants and indeed a great choice of very interesting and unique shops. Guest AccessThere is a nice and safe place to park the car at the bottom of the path leading to the cabin. Guests are free to roam the one third of an acre around the cabin. There are beautiful walks around without having to use the car. One of the few native woods left is only 1,5 Km away. From 1 April till 1 October I don't take bookings for less than 3 nights. Interaction with GuestsJust for help if needed The NeighborhoodThe neighbourhood of this place is extremely friendly and there is a big sense of community here. Getting AroundPublic transport, busses and trains, is available in Westport. There is a safe opportunity to cycle to town. A few places in town have bicycles for hire. Other Things to NoteWestport town has great entertainment possibilities. Lots of traditional music, also good blue grass and jazz. Many coffee shops and restaurants and indeed a great choice of very interesting and unique shops.
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The SpaceWe have three large guest bedrooms all with double and single bed. They are also available as single rooms, especially outside of high summer season. The rooms have very different styles, each looking out on a different garden. You’ll find a desk and seat and comfortable chairs and a kettle to make that much needed cup of tea. The largest room has its own bathroom beside it. The other two share a large old fashioned bathroom: the room with the best view in the house. We also have a new wooden cabin- "The Tigín", which is fully self contained, with double/single bed, shower, kitchen facilities, sitting area and writing desk. The stream runs past it and trees surround it. You will be welcome to our beautiful sitting-room at any time, whether you stay in the Cabin or in the house. We offer 4 different experiences: * Bed and Breakfast in a real family home in a secluded environment. You can opt for a traditional served breakfast or help yourself from a range of foods. *The Tigín- a small but perfectly formed hideout -fully self- contained cabin with semi-divided living and sleeping areas (double or single bed), as well as fitted kitchen and shower room. There is a bed settee in the living area. * The Artist’s Retreat – a creative space for anyone looking for a quiet working place or just time out, in the house or in the Tigín. This can be B&B, or self catering. Sometimes I offer full board by arrangement . * Weekend Writing Workshops in a small group setting. There is wifi available throughout the house. We can take up to 8 people depending on cabin bookings. Guest AccessWe have a lovely sittingroom which guests are always free to use. If you let me know we'll light the stove for you. This is a family house as well as a place where we welcome guests. If the kitchen door is open, you're welcome in! If it's closed, please knock. The Gardens For those elusive but wonderful sunny days, we have a number of different garden spaces with seating areas and tables. Should you wish to use the barbecue at any time feel very welcome. Interaction with GuestsOur aim is to create a space for anyone looking for time out in a welcoming home from home or a quiet working place where you can be a total hermit or as social as you wish. The big old fashioned kitchen/dining-room is the hub of the house and you'll be welcome there, whether to pass the time of day, share a hot drink from the almost always boiling kettle on the Aga or make yourself a quiet cuppa to sit with or take away. .I('ll be delighted to share any information or help I can give you about the locality and what to do here. Sometimes sharing stories is what we end up really wanting to do! The NeighborhoodWestport is a Heritage Town situated in beautiful countryside on the shores of Clew Bay. It's one of Ireland’s few planned towns and a walk around town shows how beautifully designed it was. The town is always bustling with life but still keeps that small town feel that’s so relaxing in these often stressful times.The sea and the Holy Mountain are at our doorstep.The Greenway goes from Westport to Achill and has become beloved by cyclists and walkers. Our local area is full of beautiful walks and stories from history.There's a strong community and people of all sorts including artistic, musical and sporty people are drawn here. What a lovely combination! Getting AroundWe are situated on the Leenane Rd. just 3 miles from Westport Town. Westport has a train station and Bus Eireann stops in Mill Street. There's a bus from Knock Airport. We're 5 minutes drive from town. There is a taxi service available if you want to go out at night. If daytime travelers don't have transport, I'm very happy to collect you and take you into town, if I can. Many people like to travel by bike. Cars can be parked in our grounds. Other Things to NotePrices quoted are for single people. Our usual rate for shared rooms is €35 pp B&B. The Cabin (self catering) costs 275 per week. Evening meals shared in the Main house are offered (by arrangement) to those staying for a week to write or do other creative work and cost an additional €20 per day. Information on workshops and writing weekends can be found on our website (URL HIDDEN)
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The SpaceA modern home in the best place to live in Ireland and a short walk to Westport town. Less than 1km from the Greenway (about 7mins walk) and bike hire shop. Double Bedroom with a separate bathroom (we have 1 other bedroom on AirBnB so the bathroom may be shared with a maximum of 2 other guests). Bedrooms are on the ground floor. Sheets, towels and essentials provided. Use of kitchen for breakfast only and lounge area. Quiet private grounds with free parking and WiFi. The kitchen for breakfast only (continental breakfast is supplied) and lounge area. Power shower and Bath. Free Parking and Wifi. We would prefer all check-ins to be before 8pm. If this is not possible please let us know when booking. I am happy to answer any questions and advise on the local area. There is so much to do in the locality. Award winning restaurants, Blue flag beaches, golf courses, gyms, swimming pools are but a few amenities. Westport House and Pirate Adventure Park is a must if you have children. It truly offers something for everyone in the family - heritage, family-fun, camping and adventure activity. Croagh Patrick is a definite for the hill walkers and even if you are not a hill walker the scenery is amazing. The Great Western Greenway. At 42km long it is the longest off-road walking and cycling trail in Ireland. The Greenway is a traffic free cycling and walking trail which follows the route of the renowned Westport to Achill railway which closed in 1937. You can get to easily Westport by car, train or bus. The closet airport to Westport is Knock International Airport (NOC). Guest AccessThe kitchen for breakfast only (continental breakfast is supplied) and lounge area. Power shower and Bath. Free Parking and Wifi. Interaction with GuestsI am happy to answer any questions and advise on the local area. The NeighborhoodThere is so much to do in the locality. Award winning restaurants, Blue flag beaches, golf courses, gyms, swimming pools are but a few amenities. Westport House and Pirate Adventure Park is a must if you have children. It truly offers something for everyone in the family - heritage, family-fun, camping and adventure activity. Croagh Patrick is a definite for the hill walkers and even if you are not a hill walker the scenery is amazing. The Great Western Greenway. At 42km long it is the longest off-road walking and cycling trail in Ireland. The Greenway is a traffic free cycling and walking trail which follows the route of the renowned Westport to Achill railway which closed in 1937. Getting AroundYou can get to easily Westport by car, train or bus. The closet airport to Westport is Knock International Airport (NOC)
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Excellent
115 reviews
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The Spacethe house is situated between the town and the quay area. It is a 15 minute walk to town.( you can stroll into town along the old railway line which is now a popular walking and cycling way.) I will provide 2 free bikes for you to cycle to town or to go on the 42klm greenway that runs from Westport to Achill Island, or you can cycle to Croagh Patrick. There are also some local cycling routes, Westport is very bike friendly. i It is a 5 minute walk to the Quay area and Westport House where you will find restaurants and pubs and an art Gallery. You can also take boat trips out on clew bay from the quay(URL HIDDEN) Westport is an unique and charming heritage town. It was voted best place to live in in Ireland by Irish times readers in 2012. Ireland West Airport(Knock) is an hour away. Shannon Airport is 2 and half hours, and Dublin is 4hrs(URL HIDDEN)Westport has lots of outdoor activities. The great western greenway starts in Westport. The greenway is the longest off-road cycling and walking trail in Ireland. It is built upon the old railway line between Achill sound in the north and Westport south east of clew bay, it extends for 43.5km(27miles)(URL HIDDEN) There are also many stunning beaches to visit, and you can enjoy a seaweed bath. Westport is a great place to use as a base for touring Connemara and Galway is only an hour and a half away.(URL HIDDEN) Westport is situated on the wild atlantic way. The wild atlantic way is Irelands first long-distance touring route, stretching along the atlantic coast from Donegal to West Cork(URL HIDDEN) when you are tired out after all the activities you can relax either in my home or visit the many restaurants either at the Quay or stroll into town. Westport has lots of free music pubs to enjoy in the evenings. Most famous is Matt Mulloys of the chieftains fame. house Guest AccessGuests have access to the kitchen and living room at all times. If you are cooking a meal I can provide fresh organic vegetables from my garden when in season. The bathroom is shared and I also have a small bathroom downstairs.. Interaction with GuestsI am around for guests if they need any information or help in planning their activities. I also know how to give guests privacy especially if they are cooking a meal. The NeighborhoodI love the fact that you do not need a car to get around the local area. I love the walk into town along the old railway line. The quay area is 5 minutes away. There is a great supermarket 4mins from the house. You can use the bikes I provide to cycle on the old railway line that is now a cycling and walking route into town. Or you can use the bikes on the 42klm Cycling and walking greenway. Or you can cycle out to Croagh Patrick . Getting AroundThere is a train station, and buses come from all over Ireland. There is free private parking at my house. I provide 2 bikes for getting around while you are here. Other Things to NoteI also have a double room to let, its titled cosy double room, breakfast included.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceProperty Overview: 1 Bedroom (1 double : sleeps 4), 1 Bathroom Property Description: Beautiful, brand new apartments in the heart of Westport with all amenities only a stroll away. Perfect for couple or small families. This spacious one bed apartment sleeps 4 and is situated on the first floor of one of the oldest buildings in town. Location, location,location, you are surrounded by all that Westport has to offer. Situated in a 1770 building this two bed apartment has been extensively renovated and has had a very sympathetic and loving restoration with the end result combining 21 st century style and comfort with the warmth, heart and practical aesthetic of a Georgian building. Accommodation consists of: One double bedroom. The combined dining kitchen has a sofa bed that pulls out to sleep a further two people. Apartment perfect for 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children or whatever is the make up of your group . Kitchen is brand new with all mod cons. Wifi, tv, all the mod cons are available. Bathroom has shower and w.c Apartment has everything you need to make sure that your stay in Westport is stress free . But really here it is all about the location, within seconds of walking out the door you could be in one of Westports many shops, restaurants, cafes or pubs, ..... You are 5 minutes walk away from the acclaimed recently opened skate park, and also 5 minutes walk from the leisure centre and childrens playground. You are a minute away from bridge street , the busiest street in the town..... There you will find many pubs , restaurants , coffee houses and the shops that all combine to give Westport its unique character. Here is a link to a panoramic photograph of the apartment. Cut and paste: (URL HIDDEN) Weekends from €250 Weekly from €300 Facilities: Central Heating Cable Television Washing Machine Dryer Dishwasher Microwave Internet Garden / Patio / Balcony BER Details Guest AccessAccess is through a shared right of way with the pub next door.Very private.Go in the shared right of way and then You enter thru a large wooden gate and access the apartment up the stairs at the back of the property. Interaction with GuestsOn arrival you will be met and shown around the property. We are only an email or phone call away if there are any problems.Once you are happily settled in , we will leave you to enjoy all that the town has to offer. The world is your oyster. The Neighborhood(URL HIDDEN) many things...a great place to live, a great place to visit and a fabulous place to go out in...Winner of Ireland tidiest town on a number of occassions, the best place to live in Ireland as voted by the readers of the Irish Times, has the best 99 in Ireland...westport has it all....the odd, the lovely , the practical and the occasionally ridiculous. It hosts varied festivals throughout the year..Arts, Blues, Music, walking and running...all the human conditions are catered for....from the mind to the body... A planned town surrounded by and close to gorgeous mountains and beaches.Connemara is within a half hour drive...Achill Island is 22 miles the other direction...a great town to use as a base while you explore the wilds of Mayo... For families and Cyclists we have The Greenway, One of Ireland first designated cycle ways is very popular,bikes can be hired locally , bikes can be locked on the outdoor balcony, the balcony is very safe and secure..Westport House is well worth a visit, one of the last great anglo Irish Houses still in the Getting Aroundwestport is serviced by buses and there is a train station in town.There is free parking on the street outside and there is a public pay as you use carpark a short 5 minute walk away. Other Things to NoteThis is a gorgeous place, a real labour of love for my family and I. A 1770s building rescued and ready for the next 250 years...we hope !!! warm, comfortable and close to it all,you really will be staying in the heart of Westport....We hope you enjoy your stay here, it really is a special place.
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The SpaceSt Anthonys B&B is one of the oldest B&B's in Westport. It is a two minute walk from the centre of town and is an ideal base for exploring the surrounding area. The house has 10 or 11 rooms, some doubles, twins and triple rooms. The main house has recently been renovated and is decorated simply and tries to keep with the tradition of the house. Outside in the courtyard we have bedrooms with their own private entrance, these rooms sit on a river that runs alongside our garden. We have a large secluded and peaceful garden in the heart of town which is great for relaxing in after the days activities. All our rooms are ensuite and some have jacuzzi baths. We also have a lounge area for guests to use. We serve a great breakfast including a buffet and your choice of hot breakfast. Also we serve freshly squeezed orange juice, homemade bread and selection of teas and coffee. The B&B has free wifi available and off street car parking and free on street car parking if needed. St Anthony's is ideal for exploring the rest of Mayo and Galway. The Greenway is on our doorstep and bike hire with Clew Bay Bike Hire is a minute walk from the B&B. There are endless activities to do and we are happy to help and advise our guests on day trips. St Anthony's is available to rent as a B&B in the months from February to the end of October and as a whole house from November to February/March. Guest AccessGuests have use of our lovely private garden if or when the sun shines, they also have use of two lounge rooms which are lovely and cosy both with fires! Interaction with GuestsWe interact with guests as often as they would like, we are generally floating around but the house is large enough for people to feel like they have their own space and to come and go as they please. The NeighborhoodI love that we are just a two minute walk around the corner from town, no taxis! Getting AroundTaxis are available but there is not really any need for them to get around town
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Excellent
80 reviews
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The SpaceSeaside location on the Wild Atlantic Way in a quiet cul de sac of family homes and situated in a beautiful garden, abundant with flowers, shrubs, and mature hardwood trees, framed by views of Clew Bay and Ireland's holy mountain, Croagh Patrick . The cottage is timber framed offering separate living room, dining room, bedroom and bathroom facilities. Guests will have access to the garden, ( and to herbs and seasonal vegetables ) , seashore, national coastal route and the award winning cycling and walking route - the Great Western Greenway . Available to assist with recommendations to local attractions, restaurants and pubs in the area. The sound and sight of the sea, the natural beauty of this tranquil and verdant place , and its proximity to the Heritage town of Westport make it a unique destination . The pub and restaurant The Sheebeen is just 500m from the cottage. Westport is served by train and bus connections, Ireland West airport is just 1 hour away. The area is best explored by car or bike. Westport is an established tourism centre with great cultural, heritage and leisure facilities . It is an ideal base for outdoor adventure activities, sailing, walking and adventure events. Guests will have access to the garden, ( and to herbs and seasonal vegetables ) , seashore, national coastal route and the award winning cycling and walking route - the Great Western Greenway . Available to assist with recommendations to local attractions, restaurants and pubs in the area. The sound and sight of the sea, the natural beauty of this tranquil and verdant place , and its proximity to the Heritage town of Westport make it a unique destination . The pub and restaurant The Sheebeen is just 500m from the cottage. Westport is served by train and bus connections, Ireland West airport is just 1 hour away. The area is best explored by car or bike. Westport is an established tourism centre with great cultural, heritage and leisure facilities . It is an ideal base for outdoor adventure activities, sailing, walking and adventure events. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the garden, ( and to herbs and seasonal vegetables ) , seashore, national coastal route and the award winning cycling and walking route - the Great Western Greenway . Interaction with GuestsAvailable to assist with recommendations to local attractions, restaurants and pubs in the area. The NeighborhoodThe sound and sight of the sea, the natural beauty of this tranquil and verdant place , and its proximity to the Heritage town of Westport make it a unique destination . The pub and restaurant The Sheebeen is just 500m from the cottage. Getting AroundWestport is served by train and bus connections, Ireland West airport is just 1 hour away. The area is best explored by car or bike. Other Things to NoteWestport is an established tourism centre with great cultural, heritage and leisure facilities . It is an ideal base for outdoor adventure activities, sailing, walking and adventure events.
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The SpaceAbbeywood was originally an old monastery and retains many of the original features such as stained glass windows and parquet floors throughout. Although only 5 mins walk to the town centre it is set back off the road in its own private grounds with plenty of off street parking. South westerly facing it is in an ideal location to relax outside with a glass of wine and watch the sunset over Croagh Patrick (cannot guarantee the weather however!). All our rooms have views over Croagh Patrick, we can offer a Double, Twin, Triple or Four bed room. Bed linen and towels are supplied and although not en-suite, all rooms have their own wash hand basin. Families are very welcome, the outside areas being particularly popular with lawns, swingball, boules, etc Guest AccessThere is free Wifi throughout the building. A sitting room with books/TV/DVD player/board games/guitars is available for guests to relax in. A light continental breakfast with freshly brewed coffee will also be available here each morning. All guests are welcome to make use of the sitting room and gardens within the designated hours. Interaction with GuestsI'd be delighted to give guests the low down on the area and direct them towards places of interest, local events, best pubs etc for their tastes. We have a very informal atmosphere here and make every effort to ensure our guests enjoy their stay. The NeighborhoodWhere to start with Westport, it has it all. One of the most popular attractions is the Greenway (2 mins from Abbeywood) an off road cycle/walking path that runs all the way to Achill. Bike hire is available locally including trailers and attachments for young children. A close second is climbing Croagh Patrick only 8km away. All types of water sports are available along with zorbing and other adventure activities at Westport House. If you feel like a little less activity you could take a stroll on one of the many Blue Flag beaches or pass the day in town which has any number of picturesque pubs, cafes and small independent shops. It's easy to see why it was voted the best place to live in Ireland Getting AroundWestport can be reached by bus or train. There are public buses that go out past Croagh Patrick. Cycling has become increasingly popular now also with a number of cycle hire places available.
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The SpaceAbbeywood was originally an old monastery and retains many of the original features such as stained glass windows and parquet floors throughout. Although only 5 mins walk to the town centre it is set back off the road in its own private grounds with plenty of off street parking. South westerly facing it is in an ideal location to relax outside with a glass of wine and watch the sunset over Croagh Patrick (cannot guarantee the weather however!). All our rooms have views over Croagh Patrick, we can offer a Double, Twin, Triple or Four bed room. Bed linen and towels are supplied and although not en-suite, all rooms have their own wash hand basin. Families are very welcome, the outside areas being particularly popular with lawns, swingball, boules, etc Guest AccessThere is free Wifi throughout the building. A sitting room with books/board games/guitars is available for guests to relax in. A light continental breakfast with freshly brewed coffee will also be available here each morning. All guests are welcome to make use of the sitting room and gardens within the designated hours. Interaction with GuestsI'd be delighted to give guests the low down on the area and direct them towards places of interest, local events, best pubs etc for their tastes. We have a very informal atmosphere here and make every effort to ensure our guests enjoy their stay. The NeighborhoodWhere to start with Westport, it has it all. One of the most popular attractions is the Greenway (2 mins from Abbeywood) an off road cycle/walking path that runs all the way to Achill. Bike hire is available locally including trailers and attachments for young children. A close second is climbing Croagh Patrick only 8km away. All types of water sports are available along with zorbing and other adventure activities at Westport House. If you feel like a little less activity you could take a stroll on one of the many Blue Flag beaches or pass the day in town which has any number of picturesque pubs, cafes and small independent shops. It's easy to see why it was voted the best place to live in Ireland Getting AroundWestport can be reached by bus or train. There are public buses that go out past Croagh Patrick. Cycling has become increasingly popular now also with a number of cycle hire places available.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceLovely 2bed 2bath duplex with view of the harbour. Open plan living area with fully-equipped kitchen, plenty of space for 4 to 5 people. Recently redecorated throughout. Available parking. Guest AccessSituated at Westport harbour and minutes walk from bars and restaurants, the entrance to Westport house and beside the Greenway. Within walking distance of Westport town centre. Interaction with GuestsWe try to welcome all our guests and provide any information that they may need to make their stay a pleasurable one. Having lived in France, we both speak French. The NeighborhoodWestport harbour has nice shops bars restaurants and is a lovely place to stroll any time of the day. There is a lovely walk through Westport house where a lot of activities are available. The harbour is a place to relax without being to far removed from Westport town. Getting AroundWestport town centre is 1.5km away. There are lots of taxis available in town. There is the train station with direct routes to Dublin 3 times a day and the bus service to many destination around Ireland. There is parking available beside the duplex. Our closest airports are Knock International and Galway airport. Dublin airport is 4 hours by car. Other Things to NoteThe Great Western Greenway, is the longest off-road walking and cycling trail in Ireland. It meanders between Westport town and Achill Island and visits the picturesque villages of Newport and Mulranny (Mallaranny). It passes by some of the West of Ireland’s most dramatic mountains and offers magnificent views of Clew Bay and its many islands.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceTwo bed apartment sleeps 6 in comfort. one double bedroom. The second bedroom has two bunk beds. The combined living dining kitchen has a very comfortable fold out pull out bed. Kitchen is brand new with all modern appliances including clothes washer/dryer. Heating throughout. Very comfortable and spacious and natural light filled throughout Property Overview: 1 Bedroom (1 double : sleeps 4), 1 Bathroom Property Description: Beautiful, brand new apartments in the heart of Westport with all amenities only a stroll away. Perfect for couple or small families. Location, location,location, you are surrounded by all that Westport has to offer. Situated in a 1770 building this two bed apartment has been extensively renovated and has had a very sympathetic and loving restoration with the end result combining 21 st century style and comfort with the warmth, heart and practical aesthetic of a Georgian building. Kitchen is brand new with all mod cons. Wifi, tv, all the mod cons are available. Bathroom has shower and w.c Apartment has everything you need to make sure that your stay in Westport is stress free . But really here it is all about the location, within seconds of walking out the door you could be in one of Westports many shops, restaurants, cafes or pubs, ..... easy Access to the Wild Atlantic way and Greenway. You are 5 minutes walk away from the acclaimed recently opened skate park, and also 5 minutes walk from the leisure centre and childrens playground. You are a minute away from bridge street , the busiest street in the town..... There you will find many pubs , restaurants , coffee houses and the shops that all combine to give Westport its unique character. Weekends from €250 Weekly from €300 Facilities: Central Heating Cable Television Washing Machine Dryer Dishwasher Microwave Internet Garden / Patio / Balcony BER Details Guest AccessAccess is through a shared right of way with the pub next door.Very private and secure .Go in the shared right of way and then You enter thru a large wooden gate and access the apartment up the stairs at the back of the property.On arrival you will be shown around apartments,Any question you have will be thoroughly answered.You will be shown how everything works. We are never far away via email of phone if you have any issues. Interaction with GuestsWe are never more than a Phone call or an email away.All questions or queries answered promtply. The Neighborhood(URL HIDDEN) many things...a great place to live, a great place to visit and a fabulous place to go out in...Winner of Ireland tidiest town on a number of occassions, the best place to live in Ireland as voted by the readers of the Irish Times, has the best 99 in Ireland...westport has it all....the odd, the lovely , the practical and the occasionally ridiculous. It hosts varied festivals throughout the year..Arts, Blues, Music, walking and running...all the human conditions are catered for....from the mind to the body... A planned town surrounded by and close to gorgeous mountains and beaches.Connemara is within a half hour drive...Achill Island is 22 miles the other direction...a great town to use as a base while you explore the wilds of Mayo... For families and Cyclists we have The Greenway, One of Ireland first designated cycle ways is very popular,bikes can be hired locally , bikes can be locked on the outdoor balcony, the balcony is very safe and secure..Westport House is well worth a visit, one of the last great anglo Irish Houses still in the hands of the original owners. open the door and let the memories in. Getting AroundKnock international airport is 50 minutes away. westport is serviced by buses and there is a train station in town.There is free parking on the street outside and there is a public pay as you use carpark a short 5 minute walk away. Other Things to NoteThis is a gorgeous place, a real labour of love for my family and I. A 1770s building rescued and ready for the next 250 years...we hope !!! warm, comfortable and close to it all,you really will be staying in the heart of Westport....We hope you enjoy your stay here, it really is a special place. check out our page on (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN). The Long Acre Apartments Westport....
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The SpaceA modern home in the best place to live in Ireland and a short walk to Westport town. Less than 1km from the Greenway (about 7mins walk) and bike hire shop. Double Bedroom with a separate bathroom (we have 1 other bedroom on AirBnB so the bathroom may be shared with a maximum of 2 other guests). Bedrooms are on the ground floor. Sheets, towels and essentials provided. Use of kitchen for breakfast only and lounge area. Quiet private grounds with free parking and WiFi. The kitchen for breakfast only (continental breakfast is supplied) and lounge area. Power shower and Bath. Free Parking and Wifi. We would prefer all check-ins to be before 8pm. If this is not possible please let us know when booking. I am happy to answer any questions and advise on the local area. There is so much to do in the locality. Award winning restaurants, Blue flag beaches, golf courses, gyms, swimming pools are but a few amenities. Westport House and Pirate Adventure Park is a must if you have children. It truly offers something for everyone in the family - heritage, family-fun, camping and adventure activity. Croagh Patrick is a definite for the hill walkers and even if you are not a hill walker the scenery is amazing. The Great Western Greenway. At 42km long it is the longest off-road walking and cycling trail in Ireland. The Greenway is a traffic free cycling and walking trail which follows the route of the renowned Westport to Achill railway which closed in 1937. You can get to easily Westport by car, train or bus. The closet airport to Westport is Knock International Airport (NOC). Guest AccessThe kitchen for breakfast only (continental breakfast is supplied) and lounge area. Power shower and Bath. Free Parking and Wifi. Interaction with GuestsI am happy to answer any questions and advise on the local area. The NeighborhoodThere is so much to do in the locality. Award winning restaurants, Blue flag beaches, golf courses, gyms, swimming pools are but a few amenities. Westport House and Pirate Adventure Park is a must if you have children. It truly offers something for everyone in the family - heritage, family-fun, camping and adventure activity. Croagh Patrick is a definite for the hill walkers and even if you are not a hill walker the scenery is amazing. The Great Western Greenway. At 42km long it is the longest off-road walking and cycling trail in Ireland. The Greenway is a traffic free cycling and walking trail which follows the route of the renowned Westport to Achill railway which closed in 1937. Getting AroundYou can get to easily Westport by car, train or bus. The closet airport to Westport is Knock International Airport (NOC)
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8br Hotel
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Situated in Westport, this guesthouse is within a 15-minute walk of Mulranny Golf Club and Westport House. Clew Bay Archaeological Trailhead and Clew Bay Heritage Centre are also within 2 mi (3 km).
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Excellent
151 reviews
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The SpaceThe location is wonderful, peaceful and quiet yet within a stroll of pubs and restaurants. At the end of the drive is the sea, and 100m away is Westport Quay, a vibrant and busy part of Westport, voted the best town to live in Ireland. Bike hire and sea kayak tours are just round the corner. Westport House is close by and there is direct access to the Westport Greenway from my garden. The garden is open to the public occasionally as part of the Clew Bay Garden Trail. I am offering a ground floor double room with a double bed, en-suite WC, sink and shower. There are venetian blinds and curtains on the double glazed windows. A range of continental breakfast foods and tea / coffee will be provided each morning. There is parking space for your car and covered storage for bicycles. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the garden and patios, to covered bike storage and to the kitchen (morning only), conservatory and bathroom. I have plenty of maps and local information and would be happy to help you make the most of your visit. If you need to dry off your wet weather gear, that can be done. Swimming and surf wear can also be dried and storage provided for surf boards. There is plenty of private parking right at the door. Interaction with GuestsI will be living at the house while you are here and will be happy to help you have a great holiday. I will be proud to show you round my garden and to help you get around the area. I am a native of Westport and enjoy walking, swimming and kayaking and have a wealth of local knowledge to answer any questions you might have. If you are a gardener I would love to share some plants with you! The NeighborhoodMy neighbourhood has it all! We are private and secluded, yet just minutes away from all the nightlife you could want. Within a 10 minute walk we have five restaurants and four pubs, many offering live music. You can go on a cruise of Clew Bay, go sea angling or visit Westport House without needing a car. Just across the road from the end of our drive you can sit on Lugakelly Pier and watch the sunset into the ocean. For more info on things to see and do in the area see (URL HIDDEN) Getting AroundThere is a direct route to town via the Greenway, which is flat and traffic-free and is convenient to both the bus and train stations. The bus depot is at our door and if you ask nicely, the bus driver may take you to the depot. Taxis are also available from town. Buses run to Croagh Patrick regularly. It is a 60 min drive to Ireland West Knock Airport. Other Things to NoteOther room in the house see 'for family and friends' on airbnb. Pets live at this house. We have a friendly golden retriever and a small indoor aviary. I am flexible as to when you arrive, as long as you let me know when to expect you and let me know if you're running late.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceBeautiful spacious 2 bed overlooking Quays and Clew Bay.Close to all local amenities.Ideal for Winter or Summer breaks.Weekly rates from €400 to €600.Parking is available freely on street below. Summer weekend breaks €300 ex July August min 1 week . Facilities: Central Heating, Cable Television, Washing Machine, Dryer, Dishwasher, Microwave Great neighbourhood near to all amenities. Guest AccessApartment Complex Interaction with GuestsAvailable for all Apt or local information. The NeighborhoodThis is a beautiful part of Westport on the foot of Croagh Patrick almost and overlooking Clew Bay. There is so much to do for all tastes be it Walking, Running, Triathlons, Cycling, Cinemas, Golf, Shopping, Dining, Touring, Heritage and Cultural, Fishing Sea and Freshwater plus many more. Wonderful Western Greenway right on our doorstep. Getting AroundVery simple and ideal. Walking, cycling or driving. Other Things to NoteOn street parking. Bicycle hire available. Local cinema and Leisure Centre Gym. Local Golf and Fishing sea and freshwater.Local greenway trail for walking or cycling The Quays -Westport - Newport - Mulranny - Achill. Highly recommended as an idyllic Vacation break.
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The Space3 Bed rooms All en-suite, Ground floor bed room suitable for disabled with wet room attached. Guest AccessAll areas in general, Interaction with GuestsGuest are encouraged to interact with us at all time's as we like to tell and listen to stories about people and areas. The NeighborhoodSituated 4.5 miles east of Westport located in the countryside. ,Things to do and see, walking, hill walking, cycling, horse riding, visit local historical sites such as Ballintuber Abbey, Aghagower round tower and church ruin, mass rock at Ayle caves. Westport house and town, cycle the green-way- Westport to Achill. Clewbay and it island's and not to miss climbing Croagh Patrick Ireland's holy mountain. also to note is Ayle caves the deepest in Ireland --- GPS coordinates are Lat (phone number hidden) , Long (phone number hidden). all in decimal format. (URL HIDDEN) Getting AroundLocal hackney/taxi --- Brendan McGing Westport. (phone number hidden).
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Excellent
15 reviews
5br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceAt the Red Door you can relax in luxury and comfort. With everything you could possible need for a relaxing break away. The house accommodates up to 12 guests with 3 ensuite bedrooms and one family size bathroom. Just a short drive from Westport. At the Red Door you can relax in luxury and comfort. It will sleep 12 extremely comfortably. Ask for rates! Our home is a five bedroomed detached country house approx 4 miles from the gorgeous town of Westport on the west coast of Ireland. We have five really lovely bedrooms, three with their with own bathrooms, one single bedroom and gorgeous comfy beds. Great area for any outdoor activities including the famous Green way cycling path that can take you all the way from Westport to Achill Island. The fishing, mountain climbing, biking, kayaking, sailing etc. are second to none. If you are not into all that activity there are always the fantastic restaurants and bars to visit! It is a beautiful town set at the head of the world famous Clew Bay. It takes between 5 and 10 minutes to drive into the centre of Westport. Taxis are easily available in and out of town and are not expensive. We are just over an hour away from the busy city of Galway. 45 mins from knock airport. Two beautiful lounge areas with a Smart Tv with wifi access to Netflix, plenty of dvds and a little book library for you to enjoy and relax. The kitchen/dinning area leads onto the sun lounge. The dinning table cleverly hides a pool table for those evenings in! We'll be there on your arrival to help with any info you may need and to make sure you have a great break away from home. We are in a little hamlet in the countryside less than a 10 minute drive from the beautiful heritage town of Westport, the gateway to Connemara. There's enough parking for 6 cars. Taxis are easily available and not expensive so its pretty easy to get in and out of town. You can check in from 3pm - 8pm Guest AccessTwo beautiful lounge areas with a Smart Tv with wifi access to Netflix, plenty of dvds and a little book library for you to enjoy and relax. The kitchen/dinning area leads onto the sun lounge. The dinning table cleverly hides a pool table for those evenings in! Interaction with GuestsWe'll be there on your arrival to help with any info you may need and to make sure you have a great break away from home. The NeighborhoodWe are in a little hamlet in the countryside less than a 10 minute drive from the beautiful heritage town of Westport, the gateway to Connemara. Getting AroundThere's enough parking for 6 cars. Taxis are easily available and not expensive so its pretty easy to get in and out of town. Other Things to NoteYou can check in from 3pm - 8pm
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Private double room and own bathroom, in shared apartment. Use of Kitchen and living area. Only 10 minute walk from town centre and walking distance of train station and bus stop.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA delightful peaceful location where you will hear the sounds of the birds in the morning. If you are looking for a peaceful location with all the amenities on your doorstep this it. Blue Flag beaches, Croagh Patrick, Water Sports, Westport House, Skate Park and Astro Turf and outdoor gym are all easily accessible from here. Guest AccessAccess to a relaxing garden with magnificent views of Croagh Patrick and Clew Bay. Outdoor dining area and garden furniture. Tourist information available in accommodation and your hosts are on hand for any assistance needed. Home baking provided by Ena on one of the days during your stay. Free secure off road parking and space for bicycles/ motor bikes. Interaction with GuestsLurgan House our family run B&B is on the same property so we are always available should you need us, but you are also guaranteed peaceful enjoyment and privacy during your stay. The NeighborhoodOur chalet is located in a delightful quiet cul de sac, surrounded by family homes in a country side location and yet only minutes walk from the award winning town of Westport. The Wild Atlantic Way passes minutes from our doorstep and indeed you can access the Great Western Greenway simply be crossing the road. Bike Hire avail locally , and kayaking tours avail at Westport Harbour. Getting AroundWestport Town is served by trains from Dublin and buses from all major towns. We are only 50 mins from Ireland West International ( Knock) Airport. There are taxis available locally for any journeys. Tour buses leave regulary from Westport town to the surrounding areas. There is also a horse drawn carriage to take you on scenic tours of Westport and the Westport House scenic train is also available within walking distance. Guided day trips on Clew Bay are available locally, Day trips to Clare Island/Inisturk can be booked with your host Ena. Other Things to NoteThis property is ideal for 5 adults or a family.
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Excellent
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceQuiet, cosy cottage on 14 acre farm (no machinery - just some horses, sheep & hens) on the banks of a river on the wooded eastern side of Croagh Patrick. Just off the Western Way walking trail and the Achill to Killary Harbour cycle path. Only 3.5 miles from the centre of Westport. At the end of a country lane, so no passing traffic. Beautiful, quiet country walks from your doorstep. Numerous sandy beaches such as Bertra, Old Head, Carrowmore and Silver Strand within ten to forty minute's drive. Just thirty minute's drive to Connemara. Facilities include wood-burning stove, free broadband connection, TV, stereo, king size bed, washing machine, drier, microwave. Welcome package on arrival. Guests are free to wander our farm, pet the horses and enjoy our peaceful riverside native woodland area. This is a superb location for those interested in any form of outdoor activity such as hill walking, cycling, surfing, horse riding, fishing, bird watching or just relaxing with a good book, listening to music and taking a leisurely stroll along the many quiet, virtually traffic-free country lanes here on the slopes of Croagh Patrick. It is also an ideal base for touring the West of Ireland from the deserted beaches of Blacksod in North Mayo, south to Connemara and Galway City. The accommodation is most suitable for a couple but we can also take a couple with up to two young children. Please ask for details. Our price is €375 for a weekly stay, shorter stays are €65 per night, minimum stay two nights. Guest AccessPrivate garden Riverside walk on our property Free Use of adult bikes Meals if required Interaction with GuestsWe are friendly, informative and always happy to provide the best recommendations from our own experiences. We also respect each other's privacy. The NeighborhoodVery quiet & secluded Safe Beautiful scenery Woodland & riverside walks Numerous circular walks Very close to Connemara & many beaches Only 3.6 miles from Westport with its many fabulous restaurants, bars, leisure centres & swimming pools Located on the Western Way, just off the start of the Greenway Croagh Patrick on our doorstep Getting AroundVery reliable local taxi service Westport is easily accessible by bicycle or walking partially via the Greenway (3.6 miles) Other Things to NoteMusic lessons available Meals available Bikes provided for guests - subject to deposit
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOakleaf Cottage, Westport, Co Mayo [sleeps 7-10 people] - for the perfect escape to the West of Ireland and the Wild Atlantic Way - contact Áine now for more information. Fantastic views of local scenery, the Adventure Capital of Ireland and voted the Best Place to Live in Ireland, Westport is a thriving, beautiful town on the Wild Atlantic Way, situated on the west coast of Ireland. Oakleaf Cottage is a large and cosy house, with an open fire, central heating and a warm welcome - waken up to gorgeous scenery all around the house. It's only 5 mins drive to Westport where there are great cafés, restaurants and lively pubs serving Irish craic, Guinness and live music. A beautifully decorated, large, detached holiday rental near Westport, Co Mayo, sleeping up to 10 people with stunning views of Croagh Patrick, Connemara Mountains and surrounding countryside. House is spotlessly clean, warm with a fully equipped kitchen, and really comfortable beds. A real home from home! Nearby: The Adventure Capital of Ireland: Beaches, Walking, Hiking, Cycling, Mountain Climbing, Golfing, Fishing, Surfing, Sightseeing, Boat Trips, Spas, Leisure Centre with heated pool, Children's playground and skateboard park, boutique style shopping, great Pubs and Restaurants and the perfect cosy, comfortable house to stay in - all you need for escape to the West of Ireland! NOTE: Please email me with any inquiries about the availability of your preferred dates before you attempt to book. Unfortunately we only take bookings of seven nights/one weeks stay during July and August from Saturday to Saturday. Newly refurbished. Three bedrooms, all are en-suite shower rooms plus 1 downstairs toilets. Turf/wood fire in Living Room with additional central heating throughout the house. A drum Barbecue is outside - just bring your own charcoal, steaks and beer and create happy memories. Large garden set in 2 acres of natural landscape. Only 3kms [5mins] from centre of Westport, 8kms [10 mins] to Blue Flag Bertra Beach and Croagh Patrick. Near to Westport House, National Famine Memorial, Leenane, Ashleigh Falls, Kylemore Abbey, Galway City, National Folk Museum at Turlough Park, Castlebar, Cong - where the film 'The Quiet Man' was filmed, Connemara, Ceide Fields...and much more. Open Fire and all mod cons: unlimited free WIFI, SKY digital TV, Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Dishwasher, Microwave, Gas hob, Electric Oven, Central Heating. Electricity is metered, so you only pay for what you use. Strictly non smoking. Baby cot and stair gate available - please note you will need to take your own bedding for the cot. Outdoor furniture available for summer months. Guest AccessThe full house is available. Interaction with GuestsWe help with check-in, check-out, send directions and are happy to help providing advice and answering queries guests have. The NeighborhoodOakleaf Cottage is a 5 min drive to the Best Place to Live in Ireland [The Irish Times Award]! Oakleaf Cottage is set in it's own garden overlooking beautiful Croagh Patrick and the Connemara mountains with lush scenic views. It's a quiet neighbourhood with adjacent houses nearby. The house is in the countryside without light pollution at night, so you get to see lots of stars! Getting AroundBest to drive by hiring your own car and really getting to know the area, however, there is transport via train and buses to Westport, and local taxis are available to and from Westport town, the train and bus station to the house. Other Things to NoteWe provide fuel for the fire for your first nights stay, then you can purchase your own wood, turf or briquettes for the open fire inside [no coal please]. These are easily found in the local store and petrol station along with charcoal for the outside drum barbecue for summer months.
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The SpaceIn town but still feels like the country Bus & Train 1 mile, Taxi easy get Guest AccessOwn private access Interaction with GuestsOn arrival , as needed, and on departure The NeighborhoodIn town but still feels like the country Getting AroundBus & Train 1 mile, can walk via green way,Taxi easily accessible
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe apartment is in an old mill that was refurbished in 1994. It is nearly fully residential and is right in the heart of Westport. It is 3 flights of stairs up to the apartment so if this is a problem you can contact me about a 2 bedroom apartment which is ground floor. Guest have full access to Westport Leisure Park ,25m heated pool, Gym, sauna, Jacuzzi and steamroom. At your doorstep you have a Hotel, bar ,restaurant, pharmacy, supermarket, tearooms and local church. Also Matt Mulloys bar is only 2 minutes walk away Guest AccessGuest have full access to Westport Leisure Park ,25m heated pool, Gym, sauna, Jacuzzi and steamroom. At your doorstep you have a Hotel, bar ,restaurant, pharmacy, supermarket, tearooms and local church. Also Matt Mulloys bar is only 2 minutes walk away
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceFantastic location, 3 miles from Westport town, close to lots of beaches, cycling routes opp entrance, restaurants, pubs & more. Stunning views & private setting, house surrounded by 3.5 acres of mature maintained gardens. Guest AccessSome adult & children bikes available with Cycle rack to attach to car. Table Tennis Wooden kids play house. Electric gates at entrance. Patio dining areas x 2. Open fires x 2 Boru coal fire in master bedroom. Basket of logs/turf provided Picnic equipment & jackets/wellingtons. Oil fired range. Coal BBQ Fridge/dinner/catering packs available on request. Interaction with GuestsDrop key off and give guests a tour of the house. The NeighborhoodPeaceful & tranquil neighbourhood. All the benefits of country living but only a stones throw from the lively town of Westport. plenty of space and freedom around the house. Wonderful entertaining areas both outdoor and indoor Getting AroundGreat taxi service. 1 x bus a day that passes door. Would recommend a car if you want to take full advantage of all to do. Other Things to NoteWeekly or more lets Wonderful family/couples retreat.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis two bedroom apartment is ideally located and proximate to all the facilities of Westport town centre. It is also situated in a very quiet spot by the riverside, so that guests have the best of both worlds. The town centre of Westport on your doorstep and an idyllic retreat to enable you to get away from it all if need be. The apartment has a large double bedroom with an en-suite shower & bathroom and a generously sized twin bedroom comfortably sleeping four people. There is another large bathroom with bath and shower attachment. The kitchen is fully fitted and opens onto a living area that overlooks the river, with a large patio door and a secure riverside Juliet balcony. The apartment will comfortably sleep 4 people. Guest AccessGuests have full access to a secure and spacious two bedroom first floor apartment. There is a communal access door to the front of the building. The apartment has an allocated parking space. There is secure access to the car park and town centre. Interaction with GuestsI live approximately half an hour from the apartment and am able to provide advice and guidance on areas to visit as required. Guests have full use of the apartment. The NeighborhoodThe apartment is situated by the Riverside at the bottom end of the Mall. It is in a secure and quiet spot immediately accessible to all the attractions of Westport town centre, Westport House and the Greenway. Westport (Irish: Cathair na Mart, meaning "stone fort of the beeves", historically anglicised as Cahernamart) is in County Mayo in Ireland. It is at the south-east corner of Clew Bay, an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean on the west coast of Ireland. The town centre was designed by James Wyatt in 1780, in the Georgian architectural style. Its layout follows the medieval principles of urban design introduced by the Normans in the 13th century. The design for the town was commissioned by the Lord Sligo of the nearby stately home, Westport House, as a place for his workers and tenants to live. A particular feature is the incorporation of the river into the composition, contained for two blocks by low stone walls producing, on each side of the river, attractive tree lined promenades (The Mall) with several stone bridges over the river Carrow Beg. The layout further includes several tree lined streets, addressed by the narrow fronted commercial buildings typical of Irish towns, though with many here remaining of a singular refinement and charm. Some modern interventions, such as the Garda station, are less successful in maintaining the original continuity of the urban fabric. It was the home of the pirate chief Grace O'Malley in the mid-to-late 16th century. The famous pilgrimage mountain of Croagh Patrick, known locally as "the Reek", lies some 10 km west of the town near the villages of Murrisk and Lecanvey. The mountain offers a striking backdrop to the town. The church on the summit can just be made out with the naked eye from Westport. Westport is a popular tourist destination and scores highly for Quality of Life.[2] It has also won the Irish Tidy Towns Competition three times in 2001, 2006 and 2008; in 2012 it also won the Best Place to Live in Ireland competition run by The Irish Times. Fáilte Ireland has announced that Westport has also been crowned the 2014 National Large Tourism Town. Westport originates and gets its name, in Irish, from a 16th-century castle--Cathair na Mart (meaning: The Stone Fort of the Beeves or The City of The Fairs)--and surrounding settlement, belonging to the powerful local seafaring Ó Máille Clan, who controlled the Clew Bay area, then known as Umaill. The original village of Cathair na Mart existed somewhere around what is now the front (East) lawn of Westport House. It had a high street, alleys down to the river and a population of around 700.[3] It was moved to its present site in the 1780s by the Browne family of Westport House, who also renamed it Westport. Westport is designated as a heritage town and is unusual in Ireland in that it is one of only a few planned towns in the country.[4] The design of the town is attributed to James Wyatt, an English architect. He also completed Westport House, the stately home of the Marquess of Sligo and designed its dining room. Westport House had originally been built by Richard Cassels, the German architect, in the 1730s, on the site of the original Ó Máille Castle. The dungeons of the Ó Máille castle still remain. The most notable feature of James Wyatt's town plan is the tree-lined boulevard, the Mall, built on the Carrowbeg River. Since the late 20th century, Westport has greatly expanded with several new estates. Some of the most populous estates are: Springfield, the Carrowbeg Estate, Horkans Hill, Cedar Park, Fairways, Knockranny Village and Sharkey Hill. Westport House Designed by the famous architects Richard Cassels and James Wyatt in the 18th century, Westport House is considered one of the most significant historic homes open to the public. Westport House is situated in a parkland setting with a lake, terraces, gardens and views overlooking Clew Bay, the Atlantic Ocean, Achill, Clare Island and Ireland's Holy Mountain, Croagh Patrick. It was built and is still privately owned by the Browne family, who are direct descendants of the 16th-century pirate, Gráinne Ní Mháille, Queen of Umaill. During the 16th century, Gráinne Ní Mháille a leading Gaelic-Irish chief in Connacht. After her death, a report—by Sir Richard Bingham, Governor of Connacht—stated that for forty years she was the stay of all rebellions in the West.[5] She was chief of the O'Malley Clan and ruled the seas around Mayo. Ní Mháille had several castles in the west of Ireland and it was on the foundations of one of these that Westport House was built. There is still an area of her original castle in the basement of the House (the Dungeons), which is on view to visitors. There is a bronze statue of Ní Mháille by the artist Michael Cooper situated on the grounds of Westport House. The original House was built by Colonel John Browne, a Jacobite, who was at the Siege of Limerick, and his wife Maude Bourke. Maude Bourke was Ní Mháille’s great-great granddaughter (reported by Anne Chambers to greatly resemble her). The House then did not have the lake or a dam and the tide rose and fell against the walls.[6] Culture People from Westport town are traditionally known as Coveys. Some decades ago the Covey dialect still existed and was unintelligible to outsiders. For example the Covey word for a woman was a "doner". To this day inhabitants of nearby areas, including Castlebar, refer to the people of Westport, sometimes mildly disparagingly, sometimes somewhat affectionately, as Covies.[citation needed] Matt Molloy of the Chieftains has a pub and music venue on Bridge Street. Westport through the year Many festivals and events are held in and around Westport each year. Westport Festival of Music and Performing acts Westport Horse & Pony Show; June Sea Angling Festival; June Croagh Patrick Pilgrimage; July Westport Arts Festival; October Westport Blue Grass Festival; June Westport Seafood Festival; October Westport Festival Of Chamber Music; September The Westport Shop n' Spraoi na Nollag; December (URL HIDDEN) Tourism Clew Bay with Clare Island Westport is County Mayo's premier tourist destination popular with holiday makers from all over the world and Ireland. In 1842, the English novelist, William Makepeace Thackeray, visited Westport and wrote of the town: "The most beautiful view I ever saw in the world. It forms an event in one's life to have seen that place so beautiful that is it, and so unlike other beauties that I know of. Were such beauties lying on English shores it would be a world's wonder perhaps, if it were on the Mediterranean or Baltic, English travellers would flock to it by hundreds, why not come and see it in Ireland!"[16] Visitors visit Westport for several reasons: the scenery; the pubs and restaurants in the town; blue flag beaches; and Croagh Patrick.[17] Its proximity to Connemara, Achill, Clew Bay and Croagh Patrick, and its hotels and guest houses, make it a base for holidaymakers to tour the region. Westport House and its Pirate Adventure Park attracts families. Westport has an 18-hole golf course and nearby a 9-hole course. In January 2008, Westport became (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Earth's first fully 3D town. Religion There are four churches in the town: the Catholic Church, St Mary's; the Anglican church, Holy Trinity; the Evangelical church, Calvary Church Westport; the Elim Pentecostal Church, Amazing Grace Church . Historically, a Methodist church existed on the Mall. It is currently a restaurant. Church records for the 19th century for the Westport area (Church of Ireland, Methodist, Roman Catholic, civil, gravestone inscriptions, etc.) and other historical records are held at the South Mayo Family Research Centre in Ballinrobe and The Clew Bay Heritage Centre at Westport Quay. Transport Rail The town is the terminus of the railway route from and to Dublin. This railway also connects the town to Castlebar. Bicycle The Great Western Greenway is a greenway rail trail that follows the route of the former Midland Great Western Railway branch line to Achill, via Newport and Mulranny. Road The N5 national primary route also connects the town to Castlebar, as well as connecting to the N4 near Longford that leads onward to Dublin. The other major road passing through Westport is the N59 national secondary route. Air The regional airport is Ireland West Airport Knock, 60 km (37 mi) away. There are regular bus connections from Knock Airport to Westport. People A monument stands on the Mall in memory of Major John MacBride. Born locally in 1865, he joined the Boer army which fought the British in the Second Boer War, rising to the rank of major. He was executed in 1916 for his part in the Easter Rising. He was the father of Sean MacBride, the Nobel peace laureate. Cornelius Coughlan who won the Victoria Cross in the service of the British Army is buried locally. Irish writer George A. Birmingham (real name James Hannay) was the Protestant rector in Westport for a number of years. He infamously caused a riot in the town when his successful play General John Regan was staged there and the locals began recognising, to their disdain, that the characters were based on themselves. The Quay Westport has a small adjoining port, the Quay, once busy but no longer used for commercial shipping, now a suburb notable for its many warehouse conversions.The quay is also known for its restaurants and pubs. It also includes the famous "point" pitch, training ground of Westport United. A small museum, celebrating the history of Westport and maritime history of Clew Bay, is open to the public here, the Clew Bay Heritage Centre. Sport The Gaelic football club, Westport United soccer club and the Rugby club have a venerable tradition in both county and national competition. Westport, and the surrounding region, has been identified as a primary centre for adventure sports by Failte Ireland. In August it annually hosts the largest one day adventure multi-sport race of its kind in the World – Gael Force West. It is also home to horse riding; surfing; sea kayaking; wind surfing and sailing schools and other adventure sports. Angling Westport is a popular angling centre providing ample opportunities for sea fishing on Clew Bay and game and coarse fishing on numerous nearby loughs and rivers. Clew Bay itself is an internationally recognised sea angling centre hosting many sea fishing competitions each year and it is renowned for being the best venue for common skate fishing in the country and holds the Irish record for a 160 lb white skate. It is also considered one of the best venues for tope, huss and ray.[27][28] Golf Westport Golf Club (championship) was in 2009 ranked 43rd out of the top 100 golf courses in Ireland by Golf Digest.[29] It has hosted prestigious tournaments, both the Ladies Home Internationals in 1989 and the Irish Amateur Close Championship on three occasions, last time in 1997. It also hosted the Irish PGA Championship in 2002. Sailing The Mayo Sailing Club is located a few kilometres out of town in Rosmoney. Getting AroundThe apartment is located in the centre of Westport town. There is an allocated and secure parking space specifically for guests using the apartment. It is immediately proximate to the all the town centre amenities. The railway station and bus station are both 5 minutes walk from the apartment. The apartment is easily accessible by the local road networks and all public transport routes. It is a 5 minute walk from the train station and bus station. The train station has direct connections to Dublin. There is also a regular bus from Knock Airport (Service 440). There are also numerous car hire facilities at Knock Airport. There are taxi ranks if required at both the bus and rail stations.
Bedroom
Excellent
71 reviews
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpacePrivate en suite bedroom in a quiet country house 5 kilometres west of popular tourist town Westport in Co. Mayo, Ireland. We are on the west coast of Ireland a 5 min drive from Westport and Rosmoney harbour. There is shopping, dining and ceol and craic in the pubs in town. Clew bay is at our front door, which is arguably one of the most scenic coastal areas in Ireland, famed for having 365 islands. The house looks out across the bay at Croagh Patrick, only a short drive if you fancy a climb. Walks? Sights? We know the area, and are only too happy to share our local knowledge with you. Free WiFi, Full Irish Breakfast with Free Range Eggs, local butcher's sausages, Irish rashers, fried mushrooms. We also provide safe storage for bicycles. Many people like to cycle the greenway and we are conveniently located near the greenway as it exits Westport. Price includes, double bed, breakfast, Broadband, TV in the Bedroom. Come stay in Carraholly, Westport and enjoy the beautiful town and countryside. Guest AccessEn-suite bedroom, kitchen by arrangement, garden. Interaction with GuestsYou can interact as as much or little as you would like. The NeighborhoodBeautiful quiet neighbourhood, mainly farms and private housing. Getting AroundWe are 5 kilometres from Westport town. There is no public transport, but plenty of taxis operate from Westport. Other Things to NoteWe are only a few kilometres from the Greenway cycle/walk way which goes from Westport to Achill Island, well worth checking out! I would appreciate if you could give me an approx time of your arrival!
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
The SpaceThe apartment has been refurbished completely in 2015. Sleeps 4 (2 double beds). The kitchen is fully equipped for cooking. Each bedroom contains a double bed. Bed linen supplied. One set of towels per person (1 hand, 1 bath) supplied if requested. Bathroom contains an electric shower. The living area seats 4 comfortably and is equipped with TV. Hair drier and iron available. Wi-Fi available. Guest AccessStep outside the door onto a bustling pedestrian street with restaurants, cafes, bars and independent shops. The local supermarket is a 3 minute walk from the apartment and will deliver to your door. Parking is available in an adjacent car park at a rate of approximately €3.50 per day with hourly rates of 90c for first hour and 30c thereafter between 9am & 6pm (free on Sundays and bank holidays) Access to this first floor apartment is by stairwell only. Interaction with GuestsYour host, Tanya or Tina, will be available to advise you on places to eat and things to do and visit in the town and area. The NeighborhoodWestport, voted as the Best Place to Live in Ireland, is a beautiful town on the west coast of Ireland. The town is full of cafes, restaurants, bars and independant shops, suiting all tastes and styles. There is plenty to do and see in the town and area for all ages. The apartment, located in the heart of the vibrant town of Westport, is within walking distance of all town centre amenities including a leisure centre, outdoor gym, skateboard park, playgrounds, the Great Western Greenway (off road 42km cycle/walking route) and Westport House. A 15 minute walk along the Greenway takes you to Westport Quay where you can partake in deep sea fishing, boat trips on Clew Bay, sea kayaking, or indulge in culinary delights or a bit of retail therapy. There are craft, history and art galleries too. A little further out takes you to Croagh Patrick (pilgrimage mountain) and beautiful golden sandy beaches. On the opposite side of town you can play a round of golf on Westport Champion Golf Course or hit a few balls at the driving range. Horse riding also available. Sailing club in the vicinity too. The Town Hall Theatre, located in the town centre, offers great shows and performances throughout the year at very good prices. Westport is also renowned for sporting events, culture events and great festivals. This apartment provides a great location to enjoy all of the above and is suitable for those seeking an eventful break/holiday in the heart of the beautiful town centre. Not suitable for those seeking solitude. Getting AroundWith its central location no taxi/cab is required to attend events, venues or restaurants in the town. A big plus (time and money!) when organising your trip. How to get to Westport- Dublin to Westport: Train service from Heuston station, Dublin to Westport (c.3hrs) Drive (3hrs) taking the N4/N5 to Westport Bus service from Bus Aras, Dublin to Westport Fly into Ireland West Airport Knock and hire a car. Take N5 to Westport (45 mins from airport) Galway to Westport (1.25 hrs) Ideally, as with all towns in the west of Ireland, you need a car to get around the surrounding area. However as this apartment is located in the town centre and a 10 minute walk from the train station (taxis available), it provides an ideal holiday stay for those wanting to visit Westport /west coast of Ireland but don't want to hire a car. Car hire is also available. Where is No 18 in Westport? No 18 is on Market Lane. Go to Mill St and enter the public car park nearest the Fairgreen (beware, there is another car park closer to The Clock). You will see a large shop in the car park called The Whyte House. No 18 is to the left of this shop (when looking at the shop), it's entrance (a blue door) located between Mc Dermott Travel and Westport Medical Centre. Other Things to NoteMinimum stay of 2 nights is generally required. Rates available for longer stays. Check in on Saturdays or Sundays can be from 3pm if arranged with Tanya; check in during the week will be after 5:30pm unless otherwise arranged with Tanya. Towels provided if requested prior to arrival. Where is No 18 in Westport? No 18 is on Market Lane. Go to Mill St and enter the public car park nearest the Fairgreen (beware, there is another car park closer to The Clock). You will see a large shop in the car park called The Whyte House. No 18 is to the left of this shop (when looking at the shop), it's entrance (a blue door) located between Mc Dermott Travel and Westport Medical Centre.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
4 reviews
4br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceFamily friendly house with access to lively town, beaches and the Western Greenway - a 50 km off-road track running from Westport to Achill Island. Guest AccessFull house - also includes a full floor attic space ideal for young people and children. Interaction with GuestsNo interaction - we will be away The NeighborhoodQuiet, private space but close enough to town to be able to walk in and out easily. Getting AroundParking included with our house. Close to the train station and town bus terminus.
Bedroom
Excellent
78 reviews
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceA lovely quiet private suite situated in the attic away from the hussle and bustle of the house. The beds have Egyptian cotton sheets and feather and down quilts to ensure that guests have a relaxing night's sleep. The sitting room has 2 reclining 'lazy boy' leather armchairs with a matching couch. Guest AccessGuests can relax in the garden Private parking at the house Interaction with GuestsAs I'm a very outgoing talkative person with good local knowledge I will be on hand to help my guests in any way possible however I will always respect my guest's privacy. The NeighborhoodWestport is one of Ireland's most beautiful towns with loads of activities to keep you busy during the day and a fantastic restaurant and pub scene to ammuse you in the evenings. My home is 1 km from the centre of town about 10 min. walk with public lighting all the way home. The house is in a quiet,mature superb of Westport Getting AroundThe house is an walking distance of the town no public transport service this area however taxis are readily available in town and cost about €5 to my house. Other Things to NoteI have a lovely friendly dog 'Bitsa' who loves people and most other dogs. I would consider allowing my guests to bring their dogs along however the 'guest dog' would have to remain downstairs with Bitsa.
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4br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
The SpaceA beautiful cedar clad newly built four bedroom house is available with stunning views of Crough Patrick and the Partry Hills in West Mayo. The house has four lovely light filled bedrooms, three of which come with comfortable double beds and one with a single bed (there is also a travel cot and fold out single futon bed in the living room), a bright and spacious modern kitchen, dinning area, cosy sitting room with fireplace, library and two modern bathrooms (one with solar hot water and one with electric hot water), there is also a large double bath in one of the bathrooms. There is decking to the south of the house with beautiful views (accessed via the french doors in the dining room). There is also a laundry room with drying racks and an outdoor line. The dining room has a wood fired rayburn stove and there is also a small wood stove in the living room. It benefits from breath taking views of rugged, unspoilt and undeveloped countryside and is the perfect place to relax and unwind. The house is located not far from the heritage town of Westport. The picturesque town is known as one of Irelands best kept towns and is one of its major tourist destinations. The town boasts plenty of great restaurants and traditional Irish pubs with live music, a cinema, swimming pool, supermarkets, shops, etc. There is also a Zoo and small theme park at Westport House. Within driving distance from here you will find many beautiful safe sandy beaches on the North and south shores of Clew Bay, many of which have been accredited with a blue flag award. You will also find the famous mountain of Croagh Patrick located nearby. The house is just an hours drive to Galway and Knock International Airport. There is no better place to stay when exploring Irelands magical west coast line. Please contact me if you have any questions. Guest AccessThe guests have access to the whole house and the surrounding grounds. Interaction with GuestsOur lovely neighbour Trish looks after the house and will be the one who visits guests after their arrival. She will be there to answer any questions guests may have about the house and amenities and activities in the local area.
Home/Apartment
4br Home/Apartment
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceA real holiday home, double height living room and kitchen, with lots of glass. Bedrooms are large. Three of the bedrooms have en-suites and the forth is beside the family bathroom. Whole house and outside areas. Its my holiday home, I live in Dublin. The other two houses on the road are my brother and sisters families who live and work in Westport. Westport has an abundance of activities on offer for the whole family with great restaurants offering gourmet cuisine and many pubs with traditional music on offer. Great family base for touring the West Coast. Westport has plenty of Taxi's. Shops, Pubs Cafés, Restaurants 1½ miles. Beach 7 miles. GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, utility room, 3 doubles 2 with ensuite shower room, bathroom with shower over bath. FF: games room, double with ensuite shower room. Open fire (no fuel supplied), linen and towels included, travel cot, high chair, stair gate, TV, dvd player, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, underfloor heating, w/machine, dryer, games console, partially enclosed garden, patio area, garden furniture, private off road parking. Guest AccessWhole house and outside areas. Interaction with GuestsIts my holiday home, I live in Dublin. The other two houses on the road are my brother and sisters families who live and work in Westport. The NeighborhoodWestport has an abundance of activities on offer for the whole family with great restaurants offering gourmet cuisine and many pubs with traditional music on offer. Great family base for touring the West Coast. Getting AroundWestport has plenty of Taxi's. Shops, Pubs Cafés, Restaurants 1½ miles. Beach 7 miles. Other Things to Note GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, utility room, 3 doubles 2 with ensuite shower room, bathroom with shower over bath. FF: games room, double with ensuite shower room. Open fire (no fuel supplied), linen and towels included, travel cot, high chair, stair gate, TV, dvd player, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, underfloor heating, w/machine, dryer, games console, partially enclosed garden, patio area, garden furniture, private off road parking.
house
Excellent
8 reviews
4br house
    Located in the Town of Westport. Ideal location for Tourists to explore the beautiful surroundings. A short drive to Croagh Patrick. Very spacious and comfortable house. Westport is the third largest town in Mayo.. It hosts a remarkable natural and built environment combined with a vibrant, friendly resident population which enables the delivery of quality tourism products. The town of Westport is located in the West of Ireland and can be accessed by road, rail, bike, sea and near by Ireland West Airport (Knock). The site of the town offers visitors an opportunity to experience a well maintained urban setting on the banks of the beautiful Carrabawn River in addition to a bustling Quay area on the shores of Clew Bay. The topography and biodiversity of the Westport's environs provides for spectacular scenery which enables visitors to the area to capture a real sense of our heritage and landscape. The town has won numerous awards which justly reflect the efforts of local community groups. This house is located just beside the 42km Great Western Greenway, Ireland's longest off-road walking and cycling trail which forms part of the National Cycle Network. The Greenway has been designed for shared use by leisure walkers and cyclists and is suitable for people with a moderate level of fitness. The route is mainly traffic-free and off-road with a solid surface, No short lets- 7-14 days only.
    apt. / condo
    2br apt. / condo
      This 2 bedroom, sea fronting, self catering apartment is located in the beautiful harbour area (Quay) of Westport, Co. Mayo, Ireland, along the Wild Atlantic Way. The living/dining room enjoys uninterrupted views over the harbour area towards Clew Bay. The apartment is a perfect base to enjoy the delights of the locality or to explore the magnificent Mayo coastline. Located on the second floor it forms part of the Sea Wharf Apartment Complex. There is a a lift/elevator in the apartment complex. Adjacent to essential amenities including shops, restaurants, pubs, hotel etc. it is still only 1.5 kilometres from Westport town centre. The historical Westport House & Pirate Adventure Park is located within walking distance from the apartment. Just a 2 minute walk from the apartment is the new and very popular Greenway walk and cycle lane, linking the Quay to Westport town centre and onwards to Mulranny and Achill. This 42km Great Western Greenway (Westport - Achill), is the longest off-road walking and cycling trail in Ireland. It is a (mainly) traffic free cycling and walking trail which follows the route of the renowned Westport to Achill railway which closed in 1937. Croagh Patrick, just 7km from the apartment, overlooks Clew Bay in County Mayo and is the third highest mountain in County Mayo. Croagh Patrick is renowned for its Patrician Pilgrimage in honour of Saint Patrick, Ireland's patron saint and attracts about 1 million pilgrims each year. A fabulous way to spend your day with breath taking scenery all the way up. Within a 10/20 minute drive there is a choice of three Blue Flag beaches. The apartment accommodates 4 guests comfortably - a fold up bed is available on request for a 5th guest. Travel cot available on request. This apartment is an ideal location for families and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Electricity is charged as an extra cost - meter read. Please note: WIFI is available on a Pay as You Go basis. Residential area so no parties allowed or loud music after midnight. Not suitable for stag or hen getaways.